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Cancer Support Home Tennis Classic Set for September 

Doubles/Mixed Doubles Tourney Registration Now Open

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Cancer Support Home Tennis Classic Set for September
Doubles/Mixed Doubles Tourney Registration Now Open
The fourth annual Cancer Support Home Tennis Classic is scheduled for September 15-17 at Fayetteville High School and Wilson Park in Fayetteville. All proceeds of the tournament will benefit the Cancer Support Home, a service of Washington Regional Medical System.

Since 1995 the Cancer Support Home (CSH) has provided hope and comfort to those learning to live with cancer. CSH services are provided at no cost and include support groups; educational seminars; cancer screenings; prescription assistance; resource library; guest rooms for patients traveling from outlying areas; and a boutique with wigs, hats and mastectomy supplies. With locations in Fayetteville and Bentonville, the CSH provides a home-like, non-clinical setting for patients and their families to learn more about their diagnosis, treatment and survival.

The tournament format is doubles and mixed doubles. Entry fee is $30 per person. Deadline for player registration is Tuesday, September 12. Prizes will be awarded to first, second and third place in all categories. For more information call 479-521-8024 or visit www.wregional.com.

Sponsorships are available at levels ranging from $250 to $5,000. Sponsors will be acknowledged in tournament publicity.

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